Pickathon Roots Music Festival
Galaxy Barn Stage
Happy Valley, Oregon
RECORDIST: Stan Orlowski (stano59AThotmailDOTcom)
SOURCE: POST MATRIX
#1 MBHO603/KA200n ~>Grace Design Lunatec V3~>Sound Devices 744t.
#2 Soundboard~>Sound Devices 744t.
MICROPHONE LOCATION: hung in front of band on stage, DFC, 6 feet high approx, aimed downwards
MICROPHONE CONFIGURATION: A/B
RECORDED FORMAT: 24 bit, 48 kHz
CONVERSION: Sound Devices 744t~>firewire~>DVD.
EDITING: Samplitude 7.02 (sources mixed to stereo. Approx. 60% mics, 40% board, normalization applied)
DOWNSAMPLE: Soundforge 6.0 (downsampled with anti alias filter and interpolation accuracy on high)
DITHER: Soundforge 6.0 (dithered with IZotope Ozone 3 MBIT+ algorythym plugin with ultra noise shaping and normal dither)
FINAL FORMAT: 16 bit, 44.1 kHz
TRACKING: CDwave 1.93.3
COMPRESSION: Traders Little Helper 2.0.1 flac (level 6)
SBE VERIFICATION: Traders Little Helper 2.0.1
Please do not buy/sell this recording or trade in lossy formats. Thanks.
total time: [81:02]
01 Intro, [0:41]
02 Drive On, [5:24]
03 Louisiana Blues, [7:08]
04 Viper, [3:30]
05 Hoy Hoy Hoy, [4:49]
06 Juke Joint Jumping, [4:08]
07 Thunderstorms And Neon Signs, [5:32]
08 Johnny Law, [6:29]
09 Rootie Tootie, [3:15]
10 California Blues, [6:47]
11 Tulsa, [4:58]
12 Blue Hawaiian Moonlight, [4:44]
13 Draggin' Me Down, [6:15]
14 Blue Suede Shoes, [5:57]
15 87 Southbound, [3:56]
16 Wine SpodieOdie, [7:29]
Comments: The board feed has some distortion here and there due to a monitor onstage. I tried to fix it as best I could.
Wayne Hancock: guitar and vocals
Tony Locke: steel guitar
Izzy Zaidman: guitar
Huck Johnson: bass
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Collection WayneHancockBand/Artist Wayne HancockDate August 3, 2008Venue Pickathon - Pendarvis Farm - Galaxy Barn StageLocation Happy Valley, OregonSource MatrixTaped by Stan OrlowskiTransferred by Mark Burgin
January 27, 2009
^^I couldn't agree more. This show was just so much fun.
September 20, 2008
this is what i'm talkin' 'bout. wayne "the train" is the shit. best recording of him, and in the top 10 of all live recordings here on the archive, so far. sounds great, plays great, band's great...it's all great. kick up some shit and dance along.